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The definitive Emmett Till : passion and battle of a woman for truth and intellectual justice

Author: Clenora Hudson-Weems
Publisher: Bloomington, Ind. : Author House, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English
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The author, known for her writings about Emmett Till and how his murder became a catalyst for the civil rights movement; now writes of how others in the historical and publishing community have minimized her scholarly contribution on this topic.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Clenora Hudson-Weems; Emmett Till
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Clenora Hudson-Weems
ISBN: 1425939813 9781425939816
OCLC Number: 85864462
Notes: A sequel to Emmett Till : the sacrificial lamb of the Civil rights movement.
Description: xxxiii, 257 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Alvin O. Chambliss, Jr. --
Preface / Dr. James B. Stewart --
Introduction / Dr. Fredrick Woodward --
Part one. Establishing the Till Authority (1985 to present) --
The beginnings : the Till chronology --
"The modern civil rights movement : [the lost chapter]" --
"His cousins remember"--July 19, 1986 --
"Unearthing Emmett Till : a compelling process" --
Television interviews (February 1989 & 2004) --
Documentation of recognition after 1994 book release, programs for two national Till conference s(Aug. 1995 & Sept. 2000) and announcement for Till play production --
Emmett Till : an interview with The American Audio Prose library (Spring 1995) --
"Resurrecting Emmett Till: the catalyst of the civil rights movement" --
Part two. Confronting plagiarism : busted --
Testimonies : the academy and the public speak out --
impact and implication of misinformation : from the web page --
Part three. The Emmet Till continuum --
Another wake-up call, another catalyst : the plight of Black farmers & our land legacy in the wake of the Katrina disaster, a Till comtinuum (sic) --
Conclusion --
Epilogue : Elombe Brath, WBAI-FM executive producer and host for "Afrikaleidoscope" --
Afterword : Jacquelyn Fazier-Lyde, Esq. 5 time world champion boxer, "Sister Smoke" --
About the book --
A tribute to the Labor Movement.
Responsibility: by Clenora Hudson-Weems .

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The author, known for her writings about Emmett Till and how his murder became a catalyst for the civil rights movement; now writes of how others in the historical and publishing community have minimized her scholarly contribution on this topic.

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